To explore and express the essence of Zimbabwean identity through the visual arts.To promote talent, creativity and visual heritage through local and internal Platforms.
The National Gallery has set itself as a center for national culture, which may inject various influences into the mainstreams of life and change the way people appreciate art and culture … Continue Reading ››
A graphic design project by Zimbabwean born illustrator and graphic designer Osmond Tshuma.
The Colonial Bastard Rhodes typeface is a post-colonial critique of both Cecil John Rhodes and the impact of Colonialism in South Africa. The typeface is based on identifying certain key characteristics of fonts and typography used during the Colonial Era. Taking the … Continue Reading ››
In an Interview with Africa's A Country, Photographer Juan Orrantia discusses his latest project Holding (on to) Amilcar, experiences in Guinea-Bissau, creative process and photojournalistic approach...
I started out photographing people, in their homes, very into the action of moments. But I also always had an interest in place and how it accumulates events and … Continue Reading ››
"My family always knew me as an artist, so to them it's always been like, “God gave him the gift. We do not understand completely what he does, but he's done well for himself.”